|Location Map ( geo)|
|To:||Barrow upon Soar (SK574173)|
|Via:||Cropston, Rothley, Sileby|
|Distance:||8.9 miles (14.3 km)|
|Met (1973):||B5327, B5330, B5351, A6, B674, B675|
|Route outline (key)|
The B5328 was an L-shaped road in north Leicestershire. Originally unclassified, it gained its number in the late 1920s but was declassified again in the 2000s.
The road started on the B5327 in the centre of Anstey and headed north out of the village along Cropston Road. In Cropston the B5330 came in from the left whilst the B5328 bore right onto Station Road. The station, named after the next village of Rothley and now owned by the heritage Great Central Railway, was met as the road crossed the railway line.
Continuing east, the road entered Rothley and bore right to bypass the village centre. It then crossed the A6 and the River Soar before reaching Cossington. Here it turned northwards and followed the Midland Main Line through Sileby into Barrow upon Soar, ending by the original site of the station on the B675. There's a roundabout here now.